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MrL22
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Posted:3/24/2011 8:28:00 AM # 1
Well I was playing bad company 2 the night before no problem, turned pc off and went to bed, next morning i tried to turn the pc on and it kept rebooting instantly like the youtube video below which I uploaded. Also there was a little smell of burning.

I am unsure why but it always does this boot loop over and over but if I leave it off for a while it will loop once or twice then start booting to q-code 53 which is could not detect ram. Since this video I have tried moving things around and also trying both ram sticks individually but no good.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eitcl4DNDjA

Any ideas, i cant seem to see anything that has burnt out...


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AlphaOne
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Posted:3/24/2011 9:14:00 AM # 2
Are your RAMS in A1 and B1 ????
Move them to A2 and B2.

Anyway, just put 1 stick of RAM in A2, and clear CMOS. And see if it posts.
Repeat with the other stick.

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MrL22
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Posted:3/24/2011 10:54:00 AM # 3
Thank you for your advice, Sorry, I know on the video I have them in the black slots, I have just tried each stick in A2, cleared the bios each time and still the same.

I have sort of worked out that if i dont clear the bios it goes into that qcode 19 loop but if i clear bios each time i try something it goes upto qcode 53 and sits repeating with 1 long beep and 2 short beeps.

Richard

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